Dr. Landman is an emergency physician, CMIO for health information innovation and integration at the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is interested in the innovative application of IT to improve healthcare delivery. At BWH, Landman led an ED information systems modernization project, a three-year $7 million custom software development project to move clinicians from paper-based to electronic documentation. He currently has clinical oversight of the implementation and integration of a new hospital lab system, as well as multiple projects related to an enterprise EHR implementation, and health information innovation programs. Dr. Landman has received grant funding for several research projects, including piloting a mobile app for capturing and storing clinical images and building an improved electronic medication administration and reconciliation (e-MAR) system.
Dr Landman is a graduate of Cornell University and earned graduated degrees in information systems and health care policy from Carnegie Mellon University. After medical school, he trained in emergency medicine at UCLA and completed health services research fellowship training at the Yale Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars program.
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